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downlow

(ˈdaʊnləʊ)
n
on the downlow not widely known: he's kept the whole business on the downlow.
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"We got to have a nice little lunch stop at a Masonic Lodge where we were gifted ice by some neighbors and another local stopped by and gave us the downlow on Carbondale and gave food and bike shop recommendations.
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But as people fear for their livelihoods, might it be an idea to keep the extreme wealth, the classics lessons and the idea that this is all just a jolly lark a little bit on the downlow? Graeme Whitfield is business editor of The Journal
Some parents are more conservative than others when it comes to piercings and tattoos, which means some youngsters decide to keep theirs on the downlow.
Our songs bring out the distinct character of rhyme and reason, meaning that there is a message being passed from every song title.For instance "Downlow", talks about what to expect in a club, "Felista" is all about the so-called slay queens, while "16 Barz" was a lesson to Kenyan rappers on how to make good music, just to mention a few.
However, a new arrangement has to be kept on the downlow today.
Fajardo said the hits he received downlow weren't thin and he was immediately hacked the moment he got the ball.